Join Us in Celebrating Frank Gagliardi on Thursday, May 5

After a two-year delay, the League School community finally has the chance to honor retired Executive Director, Frank Gagliardi. Join us on Thursday, May 5, at the Walpole Country Club in Walpole to honor Frank and his 12-year service to …

Read more School Community Delighted to Finally Honor the Retired Executive Director After a Two-Year Delay

To say the last year has been challenging would be an understatement. When the League School had to close in-person education in mid-March of 2020, we had no idea how long and how severe the pandemic would be. Fortunately, we now have light at the end of the tunnel – COVID-19 vaccinations of …

Read more Light at the End of the Tunnel: COVID-19 Vaccines are Here!

The fourth annual “Fore” Autism Golf Classic may have looked different from previous years but it remained a tremendous success, raising over $56,000.  Proceeds from the day will be directed towards our continuing efforts to improve learning opportunities for our students. Specifically, it …

Read more Successful “Fore” Autism Golf Classic Brings Outdoor Learning Space Project Closer to Completion

The League School of Greater Boston selected Cheryl White as its Chief Operating Officer. She succeeds Larry Sauer, who was recently selected by the Board of Directors as the school’s new Chief Executive Officer. Ms. White will lead the school’s day-to-day operation that helps autistic students develop to their fullest potential — socially, …

Read more League School Selects Cheryl White as Chief Operating Officer

After much preparation and teamwork, over 60 students returned to the League School campus on July 13 for in-person learning. Through the collaboration of staff, parents, the Mass Association of 766 Approved Private Schools (maaps), the state, and Board of Directors, the first month has run relatively smoothly, and our students are adjusting …

Read more Collaboration Helps Ensure Successful School Reopening

Since COVID-19 first hit the United States, there’s been a lot of unknowns for the special education industry: day school facility closings; remote learning; residential program continuity; tuition payment issues; safety protocols; transportation funding; and return to campus logistics.

Lindsay earned a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy from Univ. of Pittsburgh

The nice weather is here, offering a wonderful opportunity to have some fun with your League School student. Lindsay Wagner, who has worked for 12 years as a League …

Read more Water Play and Playgrounds: Navigating Summer Activities for Children with Autism

The League School of Greater Boston was named Greater Boston’s Best Special Needs High School by the Boston Parents Paper. The Middle School earned a top-eight ranking in the Special Needs Middle School category. Boston Parent Paper readers voted in a two-round for their “Family Favorite” in a number of categories, including Special Needs Services and Resources, during …

Read more League School Named “Best Special Needs High School” by Boston Parents Paper